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No, it isn't.
Its a Ganoderma (genus), probably Ganoderma applanatum
Never seen similair. Aleurosiscus genus is similair....but...
I think that your fungus maybe a Russula, probably nigricans or similair.
One similair is Russula albonigra, common in Italy.
Arrhenia spec. probably lobata.
Here, in italy, is more common Arrhenia spathulata.
for me, Disciotis venosa or big peziza. Remember its smell?
fantastic cycle, i know...
when you seem them again, can you take one photos for day for each fungus?
for me (italian fungi student) maybe...
American type of xerocomus sp. (bolete family)
Leucocoprinus birbaunii (=Leucocoprinus flos-sulphuris)
Never seen this one!!
Russula gr.nigricantinae, confront Russula albonigra
Mutinus spec very interesting (M.ravanellii)
It might be very interesting for my collection, can you take 2-3 of this, dry them, and put on a...
1-2 old Bolbitus vitellinus
3 Russula sp.
4 Leccinum sp.
5 Coltricia sp.
6-7 Xerocomus sp.
Certainly pleurotus ssp.
Laetiporus sulphureus, edible when young (but not good)